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temple
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my situation is a bit technical and fustrating. my girlfriend and i attempted to have sex towards the end of october...either the second to last week or the last week of. def 2+ weeks ago. the only thing is that i never penetrated her because we are virgins and i am having problems "fitting" in there. so i figure id just stimulate her using my penis...just rubbing her w.o a condom, but never penetrating her (nothing that would constitute as intercourse).
i never ejeaculated in any of this. also i noticed that pre cum appeard at the tip, and with that i stopped stimulating her. as far as im concerned there was no sperm involved.

yet her period is a few days late. from sept to oct, she had her preriod within 22 days or so. its now day 31 and no period. also absolutely no signs of pregnancy. is the late period sumthing we should be worried about or just bad coincedence?

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-Jill
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According to What's the Risk? Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessments you have a moderate risk of pregnancy.
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If you have engaged in dry sex -- no vaginal entry, but genital contact -- but were unclothed, WITH direct genital contact, then you have a MODERATE risk of pregnancy. If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk, you may obtain emergency contraception. If it has been greater than 10 days since your risk, see your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test and an STI screening.
It's too late to take emergency contraception but a pregnancy test should give you an accurate result. In the future you'll want to use a condom for this type of activity. Check out these articles:
Condom Basics: A User's Manual
Safe, Sound & Sexy: A Safer Sex How-To
STI Risk Assessment: The Cliff's Notes

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temple
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what if i didnt get any precum on her...?
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Well, if your risk was more than 10 days ago, you can now go ahead and take a pregnancy test. Knowing for sure is much better than guessing.

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